The curriculum of the Chemical Biology Option is structured so that in completing the Option, students also complete the course requirements for the regular graduate programs in their home departments. For this reason, program requirements are listed separately below for each department, even though the 'core' content in Chemical Biology (9 lecture credits plus 2 or 4 seminar credits for each program) is the same for each.
See course requirements for the Chemical Biology option:
Administrative and Teaching Support Staff in Biochemistry
The MAJOR program becomes more specialized in Biochemistry during the final two years, with a total of 67 science credits. This program requires skills and insight from all areas of chemistry, and from other areas such as biology, physiology, microbiology and immunology, statistics, and pharmacology.
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You should also consult the Applying and admissions section of the Prospective Graduate Students website.
The Honours program in Biochemistry combines the substantial background given by the Major program with a challenging opportunity to carry out laboratory research projects in the U3 year. These courses provide students with research experience under the supervision of a professor in the Department.
WELCOME U1's — Come to Orientation on:
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 12:30 PM in Room 1034
McIntyre Medical Sciences Building